Predictors of client engagement and attrition in home-based child maltreatment prevention services.

  title={Predictors of client engagement and attrition in home-based child maltreatment prevention services.},
  author={Amy Damashek and Debby E. Doughty and Lisa H. Ware and J. Silovsky},
  journal={Child maltreatment},
  volume={16 1},
High rates of program attrition in home-based family support and child maltreatment prevention services are common. Researchexamining factors related to family engagement (i.e., enrollment and completion rates) may help program developers increase theimpact of child abuse prevention services by reducing attrition. The present study examined the relative influence of provider,program, and individual factors from the Integrated Theory of Parent Involvement (ITPI) as well as maternal and family… CONTINUE READING

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